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and charlie sheen's surprise cameo at tv's big night. the emmy awards. also a big night for tv's most popular family. charlie sheen eating a little humble pie there last night. we'll hear more from him. good morning, everyone. i'm andrea canning. >> and i'm linsey davis, rob nelson is off. the president unveils a deficit reductiontoday. plan to. there is also a release of a new book. >> it's raising a curtain on the obama white house. abc's rick klein has been poring through the book. >> reporter: economists feared another great depression. and in the white house, according to a newbook. the obama economic team was
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fighting. we're home alone. there's no adult in charge. clinton would nef have made these mistakes. and two female members of the president's senior team sound off a white house that they felt was a boy's club. another top economist, christina roamer said he was sometimes treated like she doesn't matter. quote, i felt like a piece of meat." if white house pushback has been released. others say the week doesn't ring true. >> put a bunch of economists in a room, we're going to argue and squabble. we did a lot of that. at the end of the day, we came up with a unified recommendation for the cheer. chief. >> reporter: rick klein, abc, washington. >> our thanks to rick.
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we'll have much more from the book on "good morning america." and now to the trillions the president wants to trim from the deficit. he'll unveil the plan in the rose guarding in just a few hours. good morning, scott. >> reporter: good morning, andrea and linsey. the president hasn't laid out his plan yet. he'll announce it later this morning. already, it's been dismissed. he's expected to unveil a plan to cut $3 trillion from the deficit. there will be big savings from the end of the war in iraq and afghanistan. an extra tax on millionaires inspired by warren buffett. not popular with the gop. >> if he's feeling guilty, he should send in a check. >> class warfare will divide
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people and it doesn't grow the economy. >> reporter: the plan is more about drawing whatle lines and distinctions between the two parties. >> abc's scott goldberg, thank you, scott. president obama is among the world leaders to come to new york this week for the united nations general assembly. secretary of state clinton met with the pakistanis yesterday. there's a demand by palestine to be made a full u.n. member. the u.s. is threatening to vie tow that effort. and the two american hikers being held in iran are hoping to be released this week while the president of iran is at the u.n. they had hoped to be set free over the weekend. a judge whose signature was needed to sign the release record won't be back from vacation until tomorrow at the earliest.
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dominique strauss-kahn has given his first interview since having a sexual encounter with a hotel maid. he says he regrets the incident kept him from a leadership role in france and he blasts the u.s. justice system. here's jeffrey kofman. >> reporter: what happened was more than an inappropriate relation, adding it was a moral failing. strauss-kahn was one of the most powerful men in the world. in an instant last may, his world clapped. he lied, he said, in this, his first public statement about the case. he insists the sexual lelgss involved no violence, no aggression and he did not pay for it. i've regretted it every day for the last four months, he said. and i'm not done regretting it. the alleged victim, daphne diallo, broke her silence in an
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interview with abc's robin roberts. she maintains he attacked her. >> he come to me and grabbed my breasts. no, you don't have to be sorry. i said, stop, i don't want to lose my job. >> reporter: but new york prosecutors found inconsistencies in her story and dropped all criminal charges against strauss-kahn last month. her lawyer insisted she'll be proceeding with a civil suit. >> we're going to use all the resources of our firm to hold mr. strauss-kahn accountable. >> reporter: outside the tv studio in paris, a small demonstration. he's now faces charges of sexual salt in france. after a writer came forward and said he tried to rape her eight years ago. he would only say those claims were imaginary. it was a carefully crafted attempt to rehabilitate his image. he says his life is forever
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changed. he acknowledged he had planned to run for president of france last year. now, he says, that is out of the question. jeffrey kofman, abc news, london. >> and jeffrey will have much more on the interview coming up on "good morning america." in hollywood this morning, "modern family" is on a roll, savoring a new handful of emmy awards.e top drama series prize to "mad men" for the fourth straight year. we'll have more from the emmys later this half hour, including charlie sheen's message to his former cast mates. appeared to be some what of a new and improved charlie sheen. >> taking the high road. now for this morning's weather. showers and thunderstorms from detroit to cincinnati, nashville and new orleans. much-needed rain in houston, san antonio, and austin. scattered showers in much of
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florida. thunderstorms from the northern rockies to north dakota. boise.n fargo. 100 in phoenix. 67 here in new york. 70 in baltimore. near 90 in miami. mid-80s in dallas and new orleans. zblrnlgs coming up, new details from the air race tragedy in reno. and new information this morning about the victim. plus, it's a bill nair brawl. punches fly between two of the world's richest men on national tv.
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concerns about the u.s. and european economies have asian markets mostly heading down today. tokyo's nikkei average gained 195 points today. hong kong's hang seng is down sharply in late trading. in london, the ftse opened lower as well. on wall street, the dow picked up 516 points. the nasdaq gained 154 points. experts are linking a dramatic increase in child abuse injuries to the recession. they discovered a 65% increase in abusive head trauma cases in small children since 2007. a 65% increase in head trauma cases in children since 2007. the study released this morning
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was limited to 422 children in four states. california grocery worker union reps negotiated throughout the night in hopes of avoiding a strike. the workers have been working without a contract since march. netflix announced over night it's splitting up the dvd and streaming video services. dvd will be called quick ster. the streaming video service will be called netflix. the company says it needs to evolve. streaming video is its best growth opportunity. and "the lion king" reigns again. the rereleased movie in 3-d was the number one movie this weekend. last week's number one, "contagi "contagion" was second. "drive" was third. a heated debate escalated
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into a billionaire beatdown on russian television. the discussion got so heated, one of them landed two right tho hooks to the other one's face. alexander, a former kgb agent says he neutralized sergei because he didn't want to get hit first. next, a teenage phenom, the 16-year-old that is the talk of the sports world this morning. and nfl highlights. which quarterback led to to a win, even with a broken rib. losing weight clicked for me when i lost weight right away. that weight tracker continued to go down and down and down. weight watchers online has some great tools. i just love the chinese buffet cheat sheet -- if you like the chicken and vegetables you can put a little serving here and you actually make your plate. it just blows my mind
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hurricane irene. the storm destroyed hundreds of pumpkin patches. that will mean fewer jack-o'-lantern this is year. >> that is sad. everyone should have a pumpkin on halloween. let's look at the morning road conditions. wet on i-70 from indianapolis to pittsburgh and i-80 from chicago to buffalo. i-10 from san antonio to new orleans. also slick on i-95 and 75 in florida and i-94 from bismarck to billings. if you're flying, detroit, chicago, memphis, houston, and new orleans could have delays. now to the latest clues of the deadly nevada airplane crash. memory cards have been found at the scene. >> the cards will be analyzed. abc's david wright has more
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details from the crash site. >> reporter: think of souped up antique cars running at 500 miles an hour. that's what made the air race so thrilling until 4:20 friday afternoon. >> it's like a track in the sky without the protective fences around the speck taker stands. >> reporter: these are 70-year-old world war ii fighter plane, mod fid to be drag racers. >> we cut ten feet off the wings, five feet off each side. >> reporter: in a promotional video, jimmy leeward, the pilot that crashed, described the modifications. >> you need jet speeds. >> any time you modify and airplane that was designed for one function to do another function, it makes it lisz safe.
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>> reporter: eyewitnesses said they saw pieces of the plane's tail fly off as it made the last turn. there's this picture, the instant before the crash. >> there is no pilot's head in that cockpit. it tell us me he was likely unconscious, slumped over the controls. >> reporter: piecing together is the task of federal investigators. >> our mission is identify what caused it. make safety recommendations so it never happens again. >> reporter: even some long-time fans admit in hindsight, this was an accident waiting to happen. david wright, abc news, reno, nevada. >> we're now learning more about the victims. 22-year-old michael rogan was at the race with his dad as part of a father-son vacation. he was diagnosed with muscular distrophy at an early age. he just graduated with high honors and ran his own web
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company. his father is still recuperati g recuperating. five deaths at a race in ten ten were as a result of carbon mon ox side. the people that found the dead had high levels of carbon monoxid nerks their system as well. we get the sports highlights from adnan virk. good morning, a huge day for michael vick. the philadelphia eagles were in atlanta. he shadow boxes. the fans in atlanta showing their support of michael vick. 3:00 left in the third quarter, 24-21 eagles, vick to maclin. the quarterback is hurt on the play. he goes down and smacks helmets. he's spitting blood as he walked
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off the field. matty ryan is matty ice. the pitch to mike. turner. falcons take the lead, 35-31. they score up the record at 1-1. elsewhere, jason garrett, rob ryaned a the 49ers. romo hit by rogers. he goes to the locker room with a broken rib. he would return. they would be triumphant. in overtime, play action. holly. never a catch in the nfl prior to this game. three catches, 96 yards. this one, a 77-yard gain. the very next play, the kicker, bailey, on for a 19-yard field goal. and that's nice. cowboys win in overtime, 27-24 the final.
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you're up to date for now. for all of your highlights, join us on espn news. it was a record-setting ladies golf event for a very young lady. >> yes, very young. congratulations to 16-year-old lexie thompson. the youngest ever winner with a victory at an event in bm been. >> the previous record was set six seasons ago. she called it the fulfillment of a lifelong dream. up next, the stories we'll be following today. and a surprise appearance at the emmy awards. what happened when my old buddy, charlie sheen, got up on stage? staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation.
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manhunt for suspected killer and carjacker. and a critical discovery that could explain an air race tragedy that took nine lives and injured 70 more in reno. mike has a look at the forecast. >> a hot look, with poor air finally this morning, more highlights from tv's big night. the 63rd prime time emmy awards. >> "glee" star jane lynch played host for the night and "modern family" stole the show. george pennacchio was there. >> "modern family." >> reporter: for the second year, emmy gold. and lots of it. best series, and also writing and directing trophies. >> welcome back to the "modern family" awards. >> reporter: but that's not all. ty burrell and julie bowen took home the awards for best
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supporting actress and actor. >> it's greater credit to what julie does that straight person gets wins an emmy. i don't think that happens very often. >> reporter: jim parsons, comedy's best actor for the second year in a row. and after "mike & molly qups wts melissa mccarthy offered advice. >> if anybody tell us you the odds are slim, just keep walking. they don't know what they're talking about. >> reporter: "mad men" outstanding series for the fourth year in a row. the acting awards went to julianna margulies and kyle chandler. emmy gold is now in all its rightful hands. the emmy red captain can be a bit of gridlock and struggle. look what i found.
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who lost this? mine now. george pennacchio, abc news. and a low-key charlie sheen took the stage. >> he appeared to have no hard feelings. >> the bottom of my heart, i wish you nothing but the best for this upcoming season. we spent eight wonderful years together. and i know you will continue to make great television. >> go, charlie. that is what is making news amam ♪ the news this monday morning the man san jose police called public enemy number one is in custody. police say he is responsible for a murder, a shooting and two carjackings. >> police in south san francisco are investigating a double shooting. both victims are

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